South Norfolk Events

The 2020 season kicks off – South Norfolk Business Forum

Date: 4th March 2020

Time: 7:30am - 9:30am

Location: Bressingham Hall

The 2020 season kicks off –  South Norfolk Business Forum

The 2020 series of the South Norfolk Business Forum breakfast meetings with a healthy line up (as well as the traditional full English breakfast) of industry speakers. The first meeting of 2020 will take place at Bressingham Hall on Wednesday 4th March from 7.30am-9.30am. All businesses located in the South Norfolk area are welcome to attend.

Aside from networking with over 60 leaders from business and the public sector the event will give you the opportunity to gain an insight into the New Anglia LEP strategic plans and including a re-brand. Looking at how over the coming months the organisation is aiming to support the local economy through business initiatives in key sector areas for Norfolk and Suffolk.

Entertaining businesses of all sizes across the South Norfolk area. The business forum is unique in its approach to connecting local businesses and the public sector. With a healthy membership and monthly communication to over 3.5k South Norfolk businesses, why not start the New Year with a fresh look at networking in South Norfolk.

We welcome guests on the 4th March, booked in advance (on a first come first served basis). Spaces are limited. Telephone Caitlin on 01603 702374 to reserve your place or email

Local Flavours 2020

Date: 23rd September 2020

Time: 11:00am - 5:00pm

Location: Norfolk Showground Arena

| | |

Local Flavours 2020

The date for 2020 is confirmed!

Local Flavours will take place on Wednesday 23rd September 2020 between 11am-5pm at the Royal Norfolk Showground Arena.

Free to attend for those working in hospitality, tourism, catering and food retail. The biggest regional show of its type in the UK. Bringing local suppliers together with buyers.

Book your tickets now. The event is free to attend for business owners, chefs, food buyers, trainees and others working in the industry who are looking to source local produce.

Top 5 reasons to attend Local Flavours 2020:

Meet over 120 local food and drink producers
Brexit provides an excellent opportunity for our local food and drink economy to thrive. With imports costing more, large supermarkets are now committing to source British and locally produced food, ensuring food security as well as keeping the £ local. At the show you will meet over 120 food and drink producers ranging from meats, fresh fruit and vegetables, bread, spirits, cakes, wines, eggs and much, much more.

Free to attend – bring your chefs, food buyers, partners and colleagues
Local Flavours is completely free to attend for those with food and drink buying responsibility in the food retail, hospitality, catering and tourism industries. Bring along your colleagues to try new flavours and gain new ideas as a team – you can train your staff on tasting new food and drink. The event is open from 11am – 5pm, so pop along for as little or as long as you like.

Network with over 1,500 like-minded individuals
This year we’re expecting over 1,500 buyers at the show, all committed to sourcing local food and drink. The show is an excellent networking opportunity to meet other like-minded individuals to share ideas, top tips and advice.

Update your knowledge with demonstrations and seminars
Throughout the day there will be entertaining and informative kitchen demonstrations to give you new ideas in your kitchen – from lamb butchery to ingredient pairing demonstrations. There will also be training seminars to catch up with legislation too – all these are completely free for our visitors who register to attend.

Business and funding support
On hand at the show there will be business support and advice available to all visitors. You will also find information about grants and funding available for small businesses.

Norwich Web Design by Nine2 Web & SEO